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were touchdowns and were ads were fumbles. >> mariana rajoy meets angela merkel. >>> plus, upcoming elections that sylvia berlusconi has called his last great electoral and political battle. >>> the power to split up uk banks if they fail to -- activity. george osborne is expected to give the bank of england the responsibility to make sure banks are involved in these activities. you have to love the extended analogy. watch the george osborne speech live here at 10:30 local for those of you here with us in the uk. in the meantime, there are more charges at the top over at barclay's. last night, the bank's financial chief and financial chief announced their leaving. tomorrow, barclay's ceo anthony jenkins will face questions in parliament over banking standards and next week he will present his long awaited plans for transforming the bank. >>> and a number of stories about rbs also in the weekend press. the sunday times reporting the bank will announce a 500 pound settlement with u.s. and uk regulators later this week. rbs will cover the bonus pools after a warning from the government
their ears and listen to the american people. joining me now, joan walsh and angela rye. how can republicans be so disconnect frd the will of the american people? >> i think when folks really focus on winning elections and not representing people, you lose sight of what's most important. public service is just that. >> we've seen it with interracial marriage. we've seen it throughout time. and sometimes you have to help folks to see what really matters and how to move them ahead on issues that they may be uncomfortable with. the american public has shifted. the party is still the same, but they're focused on winning elections. >> angela's point, some of them were contentious, some of them were the majority, but slightly. but when you look at minimum wage, joan, 71% of americans want to see minimum wage increase. 71%. how can the gop oppose 71% of the country. these polls are national, but increasing what you have is really like two nations. you have these red states and these red districts and you have house gerrymandering so that all of these -- many of these republicans think about is thei
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, six students have died this school year. maryland state attorney for prince george's county, angela brooks made an emotional plea to parents to stop the violence. >> we need our community to come together to ensure that we're not just reacting. something greater has to be done. we need our parents to wrap their arms around their children to teach them the proper values. go to school, work hard and then buy tennis shoes. we don't kill individuals for tennis shoes. >> prince george's county police will work with community partners and different agencies to try to find a solution to stop the violence. >>> new this morning, a man police say was high on pcp is in jail for gunning down a man who was trying to pump gas. the shots rang out just before 11:00 on branch avenue in hillcrest heights. police say the gunman started chasing the victim at a gas station and both ran across branch avenue where the victim bass shot. police tased the suspect but it had no effect. it's not clear if the shooter knew the victim or if there was any other motive. this morning, we're awaiting word from the wh
. mario monti says german chancellor angela merkel doesn't want italy's center left party to win the elections this weekend. the outgoing prime minister said merkel feared a consolidation of parties from the left, especially in an election year for her. the german leader has so far refrained from commenting on the election. what does all of this mean? julia joins us now from milan. julia, i have to confess, i don't really understand what monti's point is here. >> well, you know, we have to give it a bit of context, kelly. this was in response to something berlusconi said about the possibility that mario monti had already signed an agreement with the democratic left party, the democracy party mr. bersani with the agreement with angela merkel. i don't think mario monti has hidden the fact that he's concerned about the influence, particularly the power of the union on the democratic party. if we look on the german side, the foreign minister said what they want ultimately is a party that's going to continue with the reforms, that's going to continue with the fiscal consolidation. i'm
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vegas. 5 went home and 5 moved on including 18-year-old angela. >> well, tonight the first group of 10 men will take the stage. america's got talent on the other hand they found their new judge. former spice girl mel b will replace sharon osbourne who quit last year. she joins howard stern and howe mandel. conan o'brien named this year's host of the white house correspondence dinner. he also emceed the event in 1995. >> for those watching live on c span. for god's sake, it's saturday night. go outside. meet a woman. come on. >> the dinner, by the way, is on april 27th. >> good point there. >> straight ahead an emergency recall for one of america's favorite breakfast foods. you want to listen to this. it could be filled with chards of glass. >> that is scary. and the president they call them the cards of the future. we spent tax payer money to build them. why is it this ground breaking technology is on the verge of being sold to china? [ piano plays ] troy polamalu's going deeper. ♪ and so is head & shoulders deep clean. [ male announcer ] with 7 benefits it goes deep to remove grease
: well, brian, chief mark mcgaw came out here with angela alsobrocks, the state's attorney for prince georges county and they wanted to update the publicspo otinvestigation into the murder of 15-year-old charles walker jr.. they said, basically, that it was progressing quickly and that they were developing suspects. the chief said that this had to do with a robbery over a paver shoes. the chief was circumspect with what he had to tell reporters and didn't get into a lot of details; however, a source close to the investigation is stilling fox 5 tonight that the -- telling fox 5 that the police believe they're going to make one arrest or more within hours tonight. they say
of a girl shot. take a listen to what angela blake had to say about her child. >> i cannot believe this. this is ridiculous. my child was a very sweet child and to go on such a senseless manner, it makes no sense. >> how are urban centers like philadelphia, chicago, are they missing out on the conversation, the gun violence conversation that's being had in washington, d.c. as we focus on the magazine clips and assault weapons, when it's a harder fact as you pointed out that there is urban gun violence that happens every day in our cities. >> yeah, i mean the thing about hospitals, we're uniquely positioned to understand this issue. i think one of the things that is removed from this debate is a true understanding of the consequences of gun violence. and rarely is it the case that the folks that are talking about this have actually been in the room to see a young person look up at them and say, please save me, i don't want to die. then to have to go out and tell the family like this young woman's family, that the person they love the most is not coming home to them. i think if we had a b
on the ground for president assad. >> today kerry is in berlin meeting with angela merkel. while there, he will also hold a key meeting with russian foreign minister sergei lavrov to discuss the civil war in syria that has killed over 70,000 people. he will also discuss another major foreign policy challenge, iran. a fresh round of talks begins today in kazakhstan between the islamist regime and the u.s. and other world powers. joining us now to discuss this and so much more, former secretary of -- former assistant secretary of state p.j. crowley. it is always great to have you on our program. especially as our new secretary of state begins his world tour. >> thanks, alex. >> so let's talk, first, about, you know, in whose footsteps john kerry will follow. there is that politico report saying he is sort of exerting himself perhaps more than the obama white house thought he would given the fact that he is determining his own itinerary. we have long discussed this so-called pivot to asia. john kerry is not starting in asia, but is, of course, starting across the atlantic. >> well, he gave a
of the congress has never even debated immigration reform. let's talk with the angela mcglowan, fox news political analyst. it is kind of interesting, both the president and the congress seem to be interested in getting immigration reform done. >> yes. jon: the question is, what are they going to do with it and there are not a lot of experienced hands on the topic. >> instead of talking about experienced hands, being a former lobbyist they have staffers that are have specialty on immigration law. they can counsel members of the congress and leaders in the party can educate the members the. the challenge the president wants to push it through quickly for political gain. you have members of congress who want to push it through slowly to educate these members on what needs to be done. jon: for instance, marco rubio, the republican senator from florida who has been a leading voice on it from the republican side he has said what the president has put forward is dead on arrival as far as he's concerned when it comes to the senate. >> just like in 2007 when you have the mccain-kennedy bill and then you h
? >> >> angela. >> you said 45 million work hours, what does that equate in terms of the number of jobs and is this layoffs or do it through attrition? >> it equates to 22,500 jobs. right now, the postal service, we run in excess of 10% overtime, almost 12% and we have not hired and using attrition to take advantage of people leaving without having to resort to layoffs. by eliminating overtime and looking at some flexibility we have with the part-time work force and potentially working with the unions on some this will help. since the year 2000, the postal service has reduced approximately 306,000 jobs, people, new layoffs. we do not want to lay off. we are a responsible employer. yes, sir? >> just to follow up on her question, nuts and bolts, 22,500 jobs, how many people get laid off or bought out when? and the second question is in the back of your folder here, you have daily revenue and daily out-go and the revenue exceeds the out-go. so -- >> the revenue doesn't exceed the out-go. $15.9 billion last year. >> not according to your own handout. theuestion is, where's difference? >> l
today, i think if you've been listening to angela merkel to david cameron himself and francois hollande this week, the indication is that perhaps we shouldn't be as optimistic as jean-claude juncker would have us believe, but someone has to fly the flag for europe and we like our posturing in europe. overall, what rewe looking at? germany, the uk, the nordic european countries are fighting for cuts, real term cuts in this whereas italy and france would rather have it held steady. even within that, the battle lines aren't clear. the uk and sweden in particular, trying to protect their all important rebates. we've got italy saying that their contribution overall is too great and, of course, as i just mentioned, france very concerned about the agricultural spending that contributes around 40% of the entire eu budget. so as usual, we get a of comments and a lot of the european leaders come to this working out, just how they can negotiate and is walk away, flying their individual flag and saying, hey, i came out with what i asked. but, you know, ultimately, what we've seen in the past is tha
is napolitano is supposed to be meeting with angela merkel for lunch today, i believe. >> no clowning around at that lunch. >> well done. i wish i were a fly on the wall for that one. >> it does make things extremely awkward ahead of that meeting. >> there's nothing quite like, you know, all the stereotypes that people talk about. there's nothing quite like when somebody comes out and proves stereo typical -- >> confirms that sense, contactually. >> mario draghi indicated his intention to keep the euro going, saying we are far from having an exit in mind. >> at this point in time, economic policy remains cognitive because we are far from being in a situation where we can actually start having an exit in mind. we see that inflationary expectations are very well anchored. if anything, inflation is going down. and we foresee for next year a significantly an inflation which is significantly lower than 2%. >> if we're going to see inflation significantly below 2%, it's being suggested there's room for them to do more, isn't he? >> possibly. i think for the most, the ecb, i think everything more o
. as for the picture over in europe, some comments from germans chancellor angela merkel about the euro saying between 130 and 140 for the u.s. dollar is normal. those are the comments being focused on this morning. a mixed bag in terms of europe and take a look at the picture in asia. the nikkei, the one to focus on, closing at a 4 1/2-year high in yesterday's session. >> fresh five-years for the s&p and dow, fresh 12 years for the nasdaq, helped in part by a renewed appetite for deal making. >> cracks in the housing picture this morning, january starts to decline 8 1/2%. toll brother earnings sharply miss earnings. >> could demand for the iphone be cooling? fox con pressuring shares this morning. >>> the rally continuing with the dow and s&p having their best day in two weeks. nasdaq closing at 12-year highs. dow less than 130 points from closing at an all-time high. guys, a lot of discussion about how it's a nominal high. but getting back to 14164 would be news. in some form or fashion, jim. >> i think that there is a level of, dare i say, excitement. in other words, we're seeing levels that we hav
violence. mary johnson, angela, maya, police sgt mike duzann i look forward to spending time with each of you tomorrow afternoon. i want to send my condolences to the people of oakdale, minnesota, who experienced a horrific shooting last night. i spent some time traveling around minnesota in the aftermath of the shooting in sandy hook, and what i have learned is that we can honor minnesota's culture of responsible gun ownership while taking some reasonable steps to make our communities safer. gun-control is a central part of this. i support a ban on assault weapons and a limit on the size of magazines. i also believe that we need to improve and expand our background check system. billions of people because of our background check system have been denied guns. it seems like there is a consensus being built around the idea that we should do background checks on all purchases of guns. part of improving the background check system involves updating mental health records in the national database and, of course, improving access to mental health is an important part of this entire discussion
. [applause] thank you for the introduction, angela. i would like to point out that this is her first responsibility and job as host of these luncheons. [applause] recently it was asked whether or not i missed the congress. i said yes, but not particularly this one. pointing out that even though i am long forgotten as a candidate, i might actually have an address with 1600 on it, although it is 1600 eiger street. [laughter] there were times when january 3, when an amendment was offered to the fiscal cliff legislation. two years ago, he would've told me that i be standing before you and talking about the film and television industry, i would be asking what you were doing. i would not assume i be in this position. the last movie that i saw was the heffalump movie with my children. i must tell you that the last two years have been very interesting. my friend dan glickman, he spent several years at the nmpaa. there are a number of people here in the audience who are with the motion picture association. educating me about the industry and what we can do to help. i am grateful to them for s
in the music industry but also the big screen. >> the host got high marks from "world news now" nation. angela said seth macfarlane was one of the best hosts that made me stay up and watch the entire show. and of course, robin roberts on the red carpet. >> robin did look great. i thought seth -- every host gets grilled. no one is going to make everyone happy. but i thought it was decent. it was good. >> i think he's getting grilled by everybody because it was a good balance. he gave us a little bit of ricky gervais, which is what everybody wanted. then he gave us a little bit of billy crystal. >> the song and dance. >> he did a little bit of everything. >> i don't think anybody knew he was that multitalented. so it was good. >> i wanted voices. that's what i wanted. >> his impersonations? >> we got nothing. >> not a bad show. ratings were up. that's the bottom line. >> that's all that matters. >> congrats to all the winners. >> absolutely. ners. >> absolutely. >>> this morning on "world news now," february's fury. the late winter blast with blizzard-like conditions, powerful winds and deadly f
in chancellor angela merkel's cabinet to face these allegations. the university awarded the minister the highest honors for her doctoral thesis, which one says has many plagiarized passages. >>> and just days after king richard iii's remains were identified underneath a parking lot in england, a battle is shaping up. which city will get to be his final resting place? lester, where his remains were uncovered, and york are dueling over the rights. a change in fortune for the 15th century king, remembered as a notorious villain, accused of killing his nephews to gain the throne. this has been an amazing story that has gotten a lot of attention, wolf. >> it certainly hasn't gone away yet. a lot more on cnn.com. >> even though he is long gone. >>> an emotional interview with legendary singer tony bennett. he's opening up to us about the newtown school shooting and how it moved him to push for new gun control laws.  >>> a group of celebrities is lending its star power to the push for more grun control. they spoke out here today in washington. a mixture of old recording stars, but none mo
on the american embassy. vice president biden is in europe. he met angela merkel today. he now heads to a major security conference by chance in munich with dozens of heads of state and 70 defense and foreign ministers. that will be key. the situation in turkey as it is with iran, may upgrade nuclear facilities and he'll also meet syrian opposition leaders. a lot going on in terms of defense and politics. let me mention one more to you. today it was announced gili is taking over that manufacturing base for just $17 million. carl, it's what they call the third wave of globalization where former emerging or developing economies -- india and china -- now come back into the main stream, into western europe or america and buy those branded assets. in particular of course land rover bought by the indians. back to you. >> all i know is great leg room. you got a lot of leg room in those. >> more expensive i'm afraid. >> good weekend, simon. >> you too. >> let's check on energy and commodities. sharon epperson has a lot of news today. >> there is a lot of news. there's a lot of correlation too between w
to do next sthp. >> angela lansberry's "murder she wrote." lisp, if the outcome was different, the conversation would have been much different today. but the game basically looked like a route. joe flacco had three first half touchdowns. they were up, 28-6 after the kickoff return to begin the second half. and then the lights went out. now, i just -- i don't know if we have the element or not. we have a full screen of what entergy, we'll take a look at some of the highlights first. i'm not sure. we're a little late on that. but the lights go out. the way the company is explaining it is that the power was going into the superdome, and this is a statement here. a piece of equipment that is designed to monitor electrical load, okay, sensed an abnormality and the circuit breaker kicked in and that's what happened. it took 34 minutes to get the game back up and running and then, when it did, it was a different game. >> yeah. >> this is really -- i mean, i know the statements there -- do you have any idea, like, whose fault it was at this point? >> i think clearly entergy says it's
in italy said he was shaken by the news, while the chancellor angela merkel said she respects his decision. and david cameron sending his wishes. it comes in a meeting this morning, he announced this decision to leave the papacy at the 28th of february at 8:00 at night. it was a decision made without consulting anyone. there was a lot of surprise. and also, the spokesman, when he made a speech -- or when he had a press conference just a few hours later, he said, you know, we need some time, we need some days to try to better understand how to move forward. just to better understand what's going to happen afterwards, is that there will be a conclave of 118 cardinals that will be electing the new pope. so clearly what happens between now and then, really, is that the pope will continue doing what he has done so far. his decision was unexpected. and the way he announced it was very, very simple. he said he doesn't feel he has the strength, mental and physical and spiritual, to move forward in this position. he needs the physical strength that he does not have. he has been ill. his health has
in the eight months you have been in office. that is a good thing for europe and citizens. angela merkel is no longer the ceo of merkel limited. if you need a balanced approach to compromise. we have a growth fact in order to counter blind austerity measures. we now need to flesh out this pact to create jobs. because of unemployment is extraordinary. you have made an agreement to a banking union with mrs. merkel. now the department will have to decide on the same thing in the next few weeks. social europe still exists. our commitment has been taken to reinforce the eurozone. we need specific measures. these are real projects. europe finds itself still in crisis. the socialist and democratic groups and the european parliament has been fighting with austerity overdoses four months. two years ago we suggested removing certain types of investment from the balanced budget role in calculations. nothing happens. we rejected that idea. we have recessions. we have unemployment skyrocketing. we do not want any more of this austerity. we need to give the european economy a breath of oxygen and fres
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